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Defendant Sold 11 Kilograms of Marijuana, Facing Serious Punishment

A German man was charged with drug trafficking. The prosecution accused him of selling 11 kilograms of marijuana. The defendant also ordered narcotics from the dark web for his personal use. Law enforcement authorities stopped a 39-year-old’s car because of his suspicious Hanoverian license plate. The suspect, 39, of Brunswick, Lower Saxony, Germany was arrested on the scene since the ... Read More »

The 33-year-old suspect is facing 68 charges relating to the crimes he allegedly committed on the dark web forum.

German Man Charged With Trafficking Heroin And Marijuana

Law enforcement authorities arrested and accused a man in Germany of trafficking drugs, which he allegedly bought on the dark web and resold locally. When investigators searched the home of the defendant, they found large amounts of heroin and marijuana. According to prosecutor Dennis Cernota, a 31-year-old suspect of Saalekreis, Germany was taken into police custody on August 18. Mr. ... Read More »

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Silk Road Vendor CaliConnect Admits Marijuana Distribution

The darknet vendor known for using the password “asshole209” to decrypt messages—David Ryan Burchard—recently pleaded guilty to drug distribution that dated as far back as the Silk Road era. He admitted his guilt regarding the conspiracy to distribute marijuana charge and the possession with intent to distribute charge. The charges, of course, pertained to Burchard’s darknet activities. He sold (mainly) ... Read More »

Suspended Sentence for Small Time Marijuana Seller

A Swindon Crown Court judge Sentenced a former chef to a two year suspended sentence for marijuana importation and intent to distribute marijuana. The man, once a resident of Warwick Close, purchased thousands of pounds worth of marijuana from vendors on the Dream Marketplace. He tried marijuana from the streets of Chippenham but disliked its low quality. Richard Blong, the ... Read More »

USPS Supervisors Indicted for Stealing Marijuana Shipments

A recent federal indictment charged three U.S. Postal employees for stealing packages of marijuana from the mail stream. According to the indictment, the three USPS employees stole the packages for resale. They then sold the packages to a fourth conspirator who sold the marijuana throughout Ohio. The Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, David A. Sierleja, said ... Read More »

Three Arrested In France For Cultivating And Trafficking Marijuana

One May 30, French police arrested three men in Saint-Hilaire de Chaléons, France, who allegedly cultivated cannabis, which they resold to their customers. The police disclosed that three market gardeners, 18, 20, and 22 years old were all running a narcotic operations, where they grew cannabis at a greenhouse, produced the substance, and resold them to customers. Since there is ... Read More »

Four Admit Guilt In Marijuana Conspiracy

In December 2015, U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced an eight count indictment filed against six people from the area. The grand jury indictment accused six with their involvement in a drug trafficking conspiracy and four with related drug crimes such as possession. Many received money laundering charges. In April 2017, four of the six pleaded guilty to serious ... Read More »

WA State Bill to Ban Bitcoin at Marijuana Shops Dies, & the Companies that Bring Bitcoin to Marijuana Stores

According to an anonymous source within the Washington state legislature, Senate Bill 5264, a bill to prohibit marijuana retailers from accepting bitcoin as payment for their products, has died in committee. While the bill remains in the state Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor & Sports, it appears that the bill’s prime sponsor, Republican state Senator Ann Rivers, has withdrawn her ... Read More »

Marijuana Trafficker Sentenced to 8 Years for Postal Robbery

Jill Westmoreland Rose, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina, announced the sentencing of a North Carolina drug trafficker. He organized the shipping of 144 kilograms of marijuana from Arizona to North Carolina. Furthermore, the defendant—Dorian Dent Williams, a 25-year-old from Kernersville, North Carolina—robbed a USPS employee at gunpoint. Over the years, DeepDotWeb covered countless drug trafficking cases. ... Read More »

Teenager Spends $18K on Marijuana from Darknet Markets, Gets Sentenced to Community Service

On January 20, Toby Charles William Fairall pleaded guilty to three marijuana crimes: importation, possession with intent to distribute, and involvement in the distribution of a Class-B drug. The 19-year-old, according to the prosecutor, studied both marijuana and the darknet for months if not longer, before making 26 purchases. Authorities intercepted a package in December 2015, and after Fairall had ... Read More »

Legislation in Washington State Would Ban Bitcoin at Marijuana Stores

The use of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies by marijuana retail stores is under attack in the State of Washington with a new bill filed on January 18th, 2017. The bill, Senate Bill 5264, was introduced in the Washington State Senate by Republican State Senator Ann Rivers and Democratic State Senator Steve Conway. The bill was referred to the Senate Committee ... Read More »

West Virginian Sentenced for Trafficking 400KG Marijuana, Most Via Postal Carriers

On January 3, 2017, 27-year-old Parker Wyatt Mays received a prison sentence of one year and one day for his admitted participation in an intranational drug trafficking ring. The 27-year-old from Huntington, West Virginia, pleaded guilty to marijuana distribution in late August 2016. The Drug Enforcement Administration pursued Mays and a large list of co-conspirators in an ongoing, long-term investigation. ... Read More »

German Fined For Ordering Marijuana

A 19-year-old woman from Augsburg, Germany was fined 800 euros and was ordered to take part in a drug rehabilitation program for buying weed from the internet. It is unclear from where the 19-year-old purchased marijuana, but there is a big chance that she ordered it from the dark web. According to the Augsburg Youth Court, the woman received an ... Read More »

Medical Marijuana Is Legal In Ohio But Cannot Be Legally Obtained

“To say that medical marijuana is legal in the state of Ohio is not really a true sentence,” Nicole Scholten said. “To say that the first steps of the law take effect today is a true statement.” As of Thursday, September 8, 2016, Ohio became the 25th state to make marijuana legal for certain medical conditions. Many Ohio residents, including ... Read More »

Fentanyl Company Openly Funds Campaign Opposing Marijuana Legalization

A pharmaceutical company that sells fentanyl donated $500,000 towards defeating a ballot that would legalize marijuana in Arizona. According to information posted online by the Arizona secretary of state’s office, the fentanyl company made a large contribution in late August. Legalization advocates consider this to be evidence that the largest struggle in legalizing marijuana is against pharmaceutical companies. The drug ... Read More »